Example of Scheduled exclusion sub-page:
Note that when violations are listed in the Active Exclusions sub page, the total number of exclusions is displayed in blue:
This check box allows you to manage the violation. A Manage button will appear when a violation is ticked:
This Manage button allows you to:
Displays the status of the violation in the Exclusion list:
|Comment||Displays the free text comment assigned to the violation when it was added to the Exclusion list. This comment can be modified using the check box and Manage button.|
|Quality Rule||The name of the Quality Rule for which the violation has been added to the Exclusion list (violations can appear multiple times in the Exclusion list).|
|Object Name Location||The name of, and information about the violation that has been added to the Exclusion list.|
The date the violation was last updated - i.e. any of the following:
This icon, when clicked, will take you direct to the Source Code page for the violation in question.
Use this option to export the contents of the Scheduled or Active Exclusion list to an Excel file. See Exporting data to Microsoft Excel file format for more information.
- Drill down to Violations level in any of the the Quality, Application or Transaction Investigation views
- A checkbox will be visible in each violation description row (highlighted in the image below in red) - if you do not see this checkbox, then your login does not have the correct role:
- Place a check mark in the checkbox alongside the violation that you want to add to the Exclusion list - the Add button will then become visible as shown below:
- Now click the Add button and select the Schedule exclusion Exclusion of the violations option:
Note that you can add multiple violations to the Exclusion list in one go:
Note also that if there are many violations, a Show More button will be displayed (this is to improve the performance of the display). If there are many violations in the Action Plan, a Show More button will be displayed (this is to improve the performance of the display). You can choose to display more using the various options (+10, +100 etc.). By default an upper maximum of 5000 violations is set when the "All" option is clicked. You can change the upper maximum if required (see the violationsCount option in CAST-AED - Dashboard wide configuration options in json).
|Note that if you select multiple violations for comment update and these violations have different existing comments, then the new comment you enter will apply to all the selected violations, replacing the existing comment.|